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The Troublemaker is helping Jenna settle for her difficulties through letting her see a few of the difficulties that other folks have.
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Do you think the poor birds, whose nests and young ones that wicked boy, Dick Wilson, ran away with yesterday, do not feel as much pain as your father and mother would feel, was any one to pull down their house and run away with you ? To be sure they do. One day, as she was going through the next village, she met with some wicked boys who had got a young raven, which they were going to throw at. She wanted to get the poor creature out of their cruel hands, and therefore gave them a penny for him, and brought him home.
At eleven of the clock I awoke, which I believe was in some measure occasioned by the clock's striking, for I heard it. I started up, and could not at first tell where I was; but after some time I recollected the funeral, and soon found that I was shut in the church. It was dismal dark, and I could see nothing ; but, while I was standing in the pew, something jumped upon me behind, and laid, as I thought, its hands over my shoulders. I own I was a little afraid at first j however I considered that 1 had always been con- and that I had done nobody any harm, but had endeavoured to stant at prayers and at church, The History of 32 do what good I could ; and then, thought I, what have I to fear/ Yet I kneeled down to say my As soon as I was on my knees, someprayers.
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